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Cancer Causing Chromium 6 Found in Valley Water Supply

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Date: Mon, 30 Oct 2000 14:38:37
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There's no doubt that Chromium 6, a cancer-causing byproduct of metal plating and other industrial activities that was the subject of the movie hit Erin Brockovich, is prevalent in quantities up to 40 times the legal limit in Los Angeles County water supplies! Residents of Burbank, Rosemead, Hacienda Heights, Alhambra, San Fernando and Palmdale should especially be concerned.

Gourmet Water Systems Inc. carries the only California certified drinking water system with certified test results confirming it removes 86% of any Chromium-6 present in your water supply.  Meaning that even the areas with a high level (five parts per billion) the water system would leave the user with under one part per billion.

Others may try to convince you that their systems remove 100% .  If that were true we would be selling the same systems.  Make sure you ask for proof such as a lab report.

To find out more about Chromium 6 removal or any other type of water treatment system such as Reverse Osmosis and Water Softeners, please give us a call at (800)339-9331 or send us an Email with your Name and Contact Phone Number to:


Read about Chromium 6 contamination at the Los Angeles Times Valley Editiom Web Site:


Search for the keyword 'Chromium 6'.

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